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Bruegel: Unseen Masterpieces

16 March 2016-16 March 2020. Major exhibition of works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the 16th-century Flemish Renaissance painter best known for his landscapes and scenes of peasant life. The show...
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Theo van Doesburg: A New Expression of Life, Art and Technology

26 Feb-29 May. The Dutch artist Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931) is known for his avant-garde paintings, writings, poetry and architecture but is best remembered as the founder and leader of De Stijl....
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Andres Serrano: Uncensored photographs

18 March-21 Aug. The contemporary American artist Andres Serrano is known as much for the "shock value" of his disturbing photographs, as his desire to push the boundaries of censorship. The centr...
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Hubert: Comic strip

12 Feb-17 April. The Belgian comic author Ben Gijesmans began working in the rooms of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium to gain inspiration for his new stories. As time went by the museum...
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From Floris to Rubens

20 Jan-15 May. With the subheading Master drawings from a Belgian private collection, this exhibition at the Belgian Fine Arts Museum features 90 drawings dating from the 16th- and early-17th century....
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Jean-Pol: Pleasure in movement

15 Dec-29 May. The current exhibition at the Belgian Comic Strip Center (BCSC) is dedicated to the work of contemporary artist Jean-Paul van den Broeck who is best known for the little baker boy carto...
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Gender@war 1914-1918 : Women and Men in World War I

8 Sept-10 Jan. Exhibition reflecting on how world war one affected the position of men and women in society, with a particluar focus on Belgium but also on Britain, France and Germany. The exhibit...
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Steichen! Making Meaning of a Legacy

12 Nov-5 Jan. The BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts examines the colourful career of Edward Steichen (1879-1973) who was best known for his groundbreaking photography as well as being a painter, gallery owne...
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Rassenfosse or the Aesthetics of the Book

The Bibliotheca Wittockiana, Museum of Book Bindings and Book Arts, presents an exhibition dedicated to Armand Rassenfosse (1862-1934). The Belgian etcher and painter was an exponent of classical...
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2050: A brief history of the future

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, in collaboration with the Louvre in Paris, presents an exhibition that questions the social issues likely to be pertinent in the future. Using over 70 mod...
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The Belgians: An Unexpected Fashion Story

Exhibition devoted to the Belgian fashion world, providing an overview of its success in recent decades. The exhibition begins with the creations of the so-called Antwerp Six, an influential fashio...
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Henri Cartier-Bresson - Photographe

The Jewish Museum of Belgium presents 133 black and white photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004), the French photographer famed for his ability to seize the right moment. Considered the f...
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Body Talk: Feminism, Sexuality and the Body in the Work of Six African Women Artists

Exhibition by African women artists addressing issues of feminism, sexuality and the body, all within the context of Africa and the African diaspora. On display are works created by a young generat...
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Faces Now/Faces Then

BOZAR presents two exhibitions, both related to the portrait. Faces Now highlights portrait photography in Europe since 1990, a decade in which many photographers rediscovered the genre following t...
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Lascaux

This exhibition examines the history behind the cave paintings of the Lascaux caves, one of the most significant examples of cave art from the Upper Paleolithic era, otherwise known as the end of the...
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Late Night Thursdays at Brussels' Museums

Once again the museums of Brussels open their doors every Thursday evening for late night visits, from 17.00-22.00. This year there are 63 museums participating across the city, including lesser-kn...
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Sensation and Sensuality: Rubens and his legacy

The BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts examines the legacy of the Flemish Baroque master painter Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). A colourful character, Rubens' extravagant work emphasised movement, colo...
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Constantin Meunier (1831-1905)

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium hosts a comprehensive retrospective dedicated to the work of 19th-century realist painter and sculptor Constantin Meunier (1831-1905). The exhibition provi...
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Royal Palace

Each summer Belgium's Royal Palace opens its doors to the public, offering viewers an impressive array of otherwise inaccessible rooms. Among the highlights are the Throne Room with its 11 chandeli...
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100 years in the Balkans. The comic strip in resistance

The Belgian Comic Strip Center highlights the comic strip scene in the Balkans, a region which has been pivotal in 20th-century European history and has experienced much suffering in the recent past....
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